With their diverse programmes, KOTTOS’ electrifying and eclectic performances are not to be missed. The players’ vibrant arrangements – often of dances and folk songs by well-known composers – have met with critical acclaim, and their launch album was awarded Danish Radio’s classical station’s Listeners’ Prize.  2019 has already seen the group accompanying Danish Queen Margrethe on a state visit to Argentina, and completing a successful 10-day concert tour in China.

KOTTOS are also delighted to announce that they will be joined by a new member, Mikkel Egelund Nielsen, guitarist, who was the 2013 winner of the London International Guitar Competition.

Duration: 1 hour 45mins with interval

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Programme to include:

Vivaldi La Folia 

Mogensen Green Mountain, Fantasy on a Bornholm Folk Song 

Opsahl Encrypto, Water Walk

Rimsky-Korsakov Song of India  from 'Sadko'; Lithuanian Dance from 'Mlada'

Liadov  Eight Russian Folk Songs op. 58

Nielsen  Suite from 'Aladdin'

Piazzolla  Maria de Buenos Aires Suite (inc. Fuga y misterio)

Gade Tango Jalousie

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